If there's one thing we've learned as a business in this global pandemic it's the importance of being flexible in our workflows and design process. Our new MINIMAL-MAXIMUM approach focuses our efforts on what we CAN do to keep ourselves and our community safe and what we CAN do to keep our projects moving along for our patiently eager clients.
‣ minimal site visits // maximum effort to keep projects moving forward
‣ minimal onsite contact // maximum project decisions
‣ minimal concern for convenience // maximum concern for safety
‣ minimal time together // maximum trust from afar
‣ minimal in-person meetings // maximum virtual communication
‣ minimal vendor visits // maximum support + connection online
LIFE AT HOME
‣ minimal time out of the house // maximum time with family
‣ minimal concern for fashion // maximum concern for practicality
‣ minimal trips to the grocery store // maximum creativity with what we have
We’re going the extra steps, taking the extra time and thinking outside the box to continue supporting our team, our clients, our families and our projects' progress in a safe environment. We can't thank you enough for your continued support in sharing the love for beautiful interiors (which we're all appreciating more than ever these days)!
In a global effort to focus on what we CAN do, what are you minimizing and maximizing in your life or business?
Let us know in the comments below and let's spread the encouragement of finding the light in this unfamiliar situation.